Archive for the ‘Blues for Yna Yna’ Category

Background Update (Blues for Yna Yna)

In Blues for Yna Yna on June 7, 2010 at 10:14 am

Blues for Yna Yna : AA + 3 Chorus + the End

Here it is:

Tous les backing tracks (in the library)

Blues for Yna Yna playlist

In Blues for Yna Yna, Media on January 26, 2010 at 12:28 am

Une version supplémentaire de Blues for Yna Yna, interprétée par Chico Hamilton sur MusicMe:

Blues For Yna Yna

Gerald Wilson (Blues for Yna Yna) on Frankly Jazz

In Blues for Yna Yna, Media on January 8, 2010 at 6:32 pm

Frankly Jazz was a half-hour television program produced in Los Angeles in the early 1960s. Each program featured one or more prominent West Coast Jazz performer of the day. Frankly Jazz was host…

It is fantastic that someone found these videos hosted by the late, great Frank Evans. Today, Gerald Wilsonis truly a living legend in big band jazz. This brings back wonderful memories of The Lighthouse Cafe in Hermosa Beach and the balmy evenings listening to the Gerald Wilson Band.


Grilles d’Accords (Chords Tables )

In A Night In Tunisia, Blues for Yna Yna, Canyon Lady, Chitlins Con Carne, Cold Duck Time, Good Bye Pork Pie Hat, Listen Here, Partitions, Recado Bossa Nova, Watermelon Man, Well You Needn't on January 5, 2010 at 4:16 pm

Quelques grilles concernant nos principaux morceaux. (Chords tables for:)

ou directement dans la librairie.

Blues for Yna Yna – The Artist Selects: Gerald Wilson (Blue Note 31439)

In Album, Blues for Yna Yna on December 20, 2009 at 9:36 am


Gerald Wilson (leader), Richard ‘Groove’ Holmes (organ), Carmell Jones(trumpet), Harold Land (tenor sax),

Ray Triscari, Jimmy Zito, John Audino (trumpets), Bob Edmondson, Lester Robertson, John Ewing, Kenny Shroyer (trombones), Buddy Collette (flute, alto sax), Harry Klee (alto sax), Teddy Edwards (tenor sax), Jack Nimitz (baritone sax), Jimmy Bond (bass), Mel Lewis (drums)

Composed by Gerald Wilson

Recorded: Los Angeles, September 9, 1961

Gerald Wilson led bands on and off during the 1950s, but except for a group of recordings for the King label in ’54, could not get a record contract. Dick Bock, president of Pacific Jazz, was interested but did not have the money. Albert Marx signed Wilson and put up the money for Gerald’s recordings that Bock released. Assembling a powerhouse group of established studio men and younger soloists (some of whom Wilson discovered), the maestro went into the studios with guest organist Holmes. This minor blues waltz got a lot of airplay all across the country, and was a great start toward reestablishing Wilson’s band. Solos are played by Jones (one of his earliest recordings) and Land.

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Blues for Yna Yna partition

In Blues for Yna Yna, Partitions on December 19, 2009 at 2:34 pm

Gerald Wilson – The Artist Selects (LP Blue Note 31439)

Les versions Pdf se trouvent dans la librairie (Ut) , Bb, Eb

Blues for Yna Yna – Gerald Wilson

In Album, Blues for Yna Yna on December 18, 2009 at 10:35 am